Art in the Blood

Craig McDonald

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Of course the subjectivity involved in sorting fiction by type leads to an almost infinitely fine gradiation of potential sub-sub-genres. Meadowsweet. 1911 (also as The Heart of a Woman). 1917. Police detective mysteries offer a behind-the-scenes look at the realities of a police force (Charles, Morrison, and Clark 2002). But I rather enjoyed Nero Wolfe, with his rich dinners and quiet evenings in his house in farthest West Thirty-fifth Street, where he savors an armchair sadism that is always accompanied by beer.

Pages: 232

Publisher: Point Blank (August 10, 2006)

ISBN: 0809562790

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